It was a summer for sitting naked in The backyard, the deep drizzle deploying the young As an aspect of the lately-discovered elemental. Too cool and damp for lyrical bouts, Bodies gained gravity and pondered
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Legendary novelist and Nobel laureate Toni Morrison explains why beauty is absolutely necessary in an interview from the magazine’s archives; Molly Ringwald channels adolescent grief in her reading of “Guests,” a story by Mary Terrier; and poet Alex Dimitrov reads his poem “Impermanence.”